Social
Relationships
 The

sum of the social interactions between
people over time. This can be a positive or a
negative relationship.

 Mome...
This relationship is a special
type of relationship which
can be rich and varied.

In addition this relationship
lays the ...
Refers to relationships which
we develop with either our
immediate family:
for example our parents and
siblings with whom ...
you as a student spend a
large portion of your day at
school however you need
your teachers for their
knowledge and guidan...
A friend is someone whom
you trust, feel comfortable
with and share your feelings
with therefore openly and
honestly. A he...
As preteens become
teenagers and enter
adolescence, romantic
relationships emerge
In a healthy romantic
relationship, both...
 Love,

care, respect, appreciate and be able
to provide support and comfort each other.

 Resolve

issues in a mature m...
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Life Orientation Grade 9 Topic: Social Relationships

  1. 1. Social Relationships
  2. 2.  The sum of the social interactions between people over time. This can be a positive or a negative relationship.  Momentary social interactions can be described in terms of :  parental care, dominant-subordinate or aggressive-fearful interactions etc.
  3. 3. This relationship is a special type of relationship which can be rich and varied. In addition this relationship lays the foundation for all later relationships because it is intense and so much time is spent forming this relationship .
  4. 4. Refers to relationships which we develop with either our immediate family: for example our parents and siblings with whom we live or with our extended families for example: aunts, uncles, cousins grandparents etc
  5. 5. you as a student spend a large portion of your day at school however you need your teachers for their knowledge and guidance. You should therefore have a good relationship with them together with your classmates
  6. 6. A friend is someone whom you trust, feel comfortable with and share your feelings with therefore openly and honestly. A healthy relationship with a friend is something very precious and rare it is based on mutual respect, mutual interests, mutual feelings towards one another.
  7. 7. As preteens become teenagers and enter adolescence, romantic relationships emerge In a healthy romantic relationship, both partners respect each other, Love, care and trust one another.
  8. 8.  Love, care, respect, appreciate and be able to provide support and comfort each other.  Resolve issues in a mature manner, do not use vulgar language or display abusive behavior towards your partner.  Spend other. time doing fun activities with each THE END!!!
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